Bridge service solution offeredOct 1, 2012 by Guest Writer
Telemar Yachting and Bluewater Superyacht Bridge Services announced a solution for marine technology needs, providing a one-stop source for hardware, software, data, communications, installation and support. The two companies offer a bridge services, from shore-based contracts, radio surveys and satellite services to inventory management, electronic chart updates and managed bridge services. All services are designed to meet flag state compliance. Comprehensive Electronic Navigation Solution (CENS) provides chart source service.
Telemar Yachting handles installation, maintenance and repair of large yacht communication and navigation equipment, integrated bridge systems. The company introduced Service Box, a service packages including (GMDSS) radio surveys, annual gyro compass services, satellite airtime services (VSAT, Inmarsat, Iridium), satellite television (SKY Italia), EPRIB, SART, GMDSS VHF batteries and shore based maintenance (SBM) contracts.
For more information contact Justin Mann at Bluewater Superyacht Bridge Services, email@example.com or +1.954.763.6533, or visit BluewaterBridgeServices.com, or Mark Theissen at Telemar Yachting Americas, firstname.lastname@example.org or +1.954.828.0712, or visit TelemarGroup.com.
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